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all of it. disarmly frank. george howell is in austin, texas this morning. george, the latest on this really fascinating interview. >> john, good morning. you know, all you can say is wow. right off the top of this interview, he confessed. and as a reporter who is here in austin some 12 years ago, covering his rise, this is something honestly i can say many people in this community thought in the back of his minds, even as he viciously attacked those who doubted him. we know it was lance armstrong who was living as he describes himself as one big lie. lance armstrong spent years trying to outrun allegations that he used performance enhancing substances to fuel his successful cycling career. that race is now over. >> it was a big deal to you? did it feel wrong? >> at the time? >> yeah. >> no. >> it didn't feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? >> no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. the scariest. >> reporter: after deck as of denials, the seven-time tour de france interview came clean in part one in a wide-ranging intervie
exclusive interview? we begin our coverage this morning with cnn's george howell. >> reporter: lance armstrong spent years trying to outrun allegations that he used performance enhancing substances to fuel his successful cycling career. that race is now over. >> was it a big deal to you? did it feel wrong? >> at the time? >> uh-huh. >> no. >> it did not even feel wrong. >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? >> no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. the scariest. >> reporter: after decades of denials, the seven tour de france winner came clean in part one of a wide ranging interview with oprah winfrey. >> i am flawed, deeply flawed. i think we all have our flaws, but -- and if the magnifying glass is normally this big, i made it this big because of my actions and because of my words and because of my attitude and my defiance. >> reporter: armstrong kept his emotions in check as he described years of cheating, lying, and attacking those who dare doubt him. he denied forcing teammates to dope, but did admit that they may have felt pressured to
where it started, austin, texas, lance armstrong's hometown, home base. cnn's george howell is there. george, you know, this is not just a story where people across america are in disbelief are, you know, are outraged, are still angry, are considering forgiving him. this must be hell in his hometown. >> reporter: you know, ashleigh, the question here, was it believable, you know, he said all of the right words, but is he truly, sincerely apologetic, you know, for what he did here? and when you talk to people, some ask, you know, does it really make a difference, and some say they are disappointed. there are cyclists who are livid, ashleigh, about what they heard the other night. but i spoke with one person, michael hall, he writes for "texas monthly" he rode with lance and he knows him well enough, and he said when you listen to what lance armstrong had to say, you do have to question whether he really meant it, take a listen -- >> he said the words, he said all the words that he should have said. he confessed to all the drugs. he called it a -- one big lie, which is exactly what it
protesters will deliver a petition to walmart, demanding it stop selling semiautomatic weapons. george howell has more. >> reporter: a month after the tragedy in newtown, some gun control activists are turning their focus on the world's largest retailer and a top gun seller, walmart. the company, which pledged after the brady bill expired in 2004, that it would not sell assault weapons, actually does sell semiautomatic firearms in many of its stores, that many people would describe as assault weapons. on tuesday, the advocacy group, someofus.org will lead a protest in front of the walmart in newtown to present a petition. a spokeswoman for the group tells cnn, "we want walmart to see that over 250,000 people, its customers and potential customers, want walmart to stop selling assault weapons." walmart has not yet responded to cnn's latest request of an explanation of its policy on gun sales. in a recent interview with cnn's gary tuchman, walmart's vice president david tovar had this to say. >> all of our decisions are based on what our customers want and the law. if the law were to change, we
went through is real. you know, the feelings, the pain, the sorrow. that was all real. >> george howell is with us this morning. george, lots of questions remain, of course, even with at least the parts of the interview that we've seen. we're going to see the full interview today. >> reporter: soledad, definitely. fair to say te'o has his doubters. a lot of people wanting to see what he had to say to katie couric but he insists he had nothing to do with this internet hoax. te'o says his feelings were real. he claims he really believed that his online girlfriend, who he had never met, died of cancer in september. now, fast forward to december. just two days before he attended the heisman trophy ceremony, he got a call from a woman saying that she was alive or a person he thought was a woman. when faced with the media that day he kept talking about her as if she was alive. later the sports blog, deadspin, broke the deception, uncovered that. but here's what te'o told katie. >> you stuck to the script and you knew that something was amiss, manti. >> correct. >> why? >> well, if anybody put
. >> well, that is certainly good news to end on tonight. we'll continue to watch this. byron, george howell, mark as well. thank you very much. you can be call me on twitter, @andersoncooper. we'll be following this over the course of the hour. >>> just ahead no shortage of passion on the senate hearings from gabby giffords and others testifying on gun violence. where are the solid nonpartisan facts and why are they so hard to come by? >>> and also police commissioner ray kelly is here. >>> and football great ray lewis in the super bowl this week. the final game in a brilliant career. but there's another chapter, a much darker one to the ray lewis story. we'll tell you about it when we continue. with stayfree ultra th. flexible layers move with your body while thermocontrol wicks moisture away. keep moving. stayfree. . >>> welcome back. while a man holds a child at gun point after shooting and killing a school bus driver, another man walks into a phoenix office building killing three, injuring one. there have been others recently. some far worse of course. how big a role, if any, does easy
at that time. armstrong stepped down as chairman from livestrong last october. george howell is following all of the developments. he is in austin, texas. damage control is already beginning, george. >> fair to say, yeah. this is not the best time for lance armstrong's image. a month ago here in the state of texas, he was given the badge of dishonor, so to speak, named the bum steer of the year, it's a badge of dishonor put out by texas monthly magazine. when you talk to people here on the streets, you get the sense he has a divided public image. some people see him as a hero for all that he's done for cancer research, but others see him as sort of a villain. so we took some time to look into it. what would it take for lance armstrong to fix his image report, after what he says today. here is what one pr specialist who's handled cases like this has to say about advice for lance moving forward. take a listen. >> i think one of the things that i would sincerely hope that he appreciates at this moment is that it's up to him to own this situation, not try to cast blame or try to dilute what is, i
to george howell. glancing at me e-mail, all schools in kern county, california, all schools on lockdown with the exception of this high school which has been evacuated. >> we are talking about taft union high school, about 45 minutes away from bakersfield where we are getting a lot of our information from kero tv. they have taken calls from students hiding in closets, brooke, while this was happening. we know at this point according to their reporting at least three victims in this case at taft union high school. we also know that the shooter, apparently taken into custody around 9:20 on the west coast. the kern county sheriff's office went door-to-door, room to room trying to secure the school after they got information about this. 9:00 on the west coast. we have been able to confirm through the fire captain one person was treated with minor injuries and unconfirmed reports it happened outside the school on a side street. some report that is it happened inside the school. these are early reports that we are getting and sifting through a lot of information, but we can confirm a least on
. george howell is about a half a mile from where the boy is being held. it's hard to understand the bizarre and scary story, but we know police are now talking to the suspect. what are, what's happening? are they making progress? what are they talking about? >> reporter: no headway at this point, but they say that the negotiations are still ongoing and the most important thing, you know, the welfare of this 6-year-old boy. they say that at this point, they don't believe he has been harmed in any way. now, we're talking about day two, going on into day three in this underground bunker, some believe in that bunker that dikes has food, electricity and television. >> may be watching television, what do we know about the little boy in the bunker and have they been able to speak to him or only to jimmy lee dikes? >> reporter: well, to our understanding, they are only talking with mr. dikes, but they did get some information. they were able to give the boy crayons and books and apparently, this is something he requested. not sure how they were able to get it into that bunker, but that'
, he has no idea. we're get to george howell who has more for us as he is in midland city, alabama, this morning. george, good morning. >> reporter: soledad, good morning. you know, this update no different than the update we got the other night saying that the young child is not harmed. that's the most important thing, you know, that the child is okay. still in this bunker, now going on day three. soledad, we've also gotten some new information about the child's age, 5 years old, not 6 years old. this is according to a state representative, steve clouse, who has been in close contact with the family. but again, as each hour passes, this is a desperate situation. clouse says that the family is hanging on by a thread at this point, just watching and waiting as these investigators do their best to resolve this issue, soledad. >> oh, my goodness, i can imagine. we'll be talking, george, in just a little bit to steve clouse, the legislator who has been spending a lot of time with the family. we'll talk to him and get more of an update if we can on not just the story but also how that f
, that was all real. >> our george howell has been all over this story. he's live from the cnn center with more now, george. so he speaks. >> john he says it was really the question now, was he really duped? he claims he had nothing to do with this internet hoax. we'll hear more about manti te'o's interview with katie couric later today and get more insight into these bizarre connections. he believed that his online girlfriend who he never met died of cancer in september. two days before he attended the heisman trophy ceremony he got a call saying she was alive and faced with the media on the heisman day he kept talking about her as if she was alive. here's what he told katie. >> you stuck to the script and you knew something was amiss, manti. >> correct. >> why? >> well, if anybody puts themselves in my situation. katie, put yourself in my situation. this girl who i committed to died on september 12th. now i get a phone call on september 6th saying she's alive and i'm going to be put on national tv two days later and they asked me the same question. what would you do? >> manti te'o's father, b
france without doping? seven times in a row? >> not in my opinion. >> george howell is in austin, texas, for thus morning. the city that armstrong calls home and where the interview took place. good morning. >> reporter: soledad, good morning, right off the top of that interview, right in the first minute. we heard lance armstrong confess to something that many people around here had their suspicions of. even after years of watching him win, then years of those allegations of doping and now we are hearing in his own words that he was living as he describes it, one big lie. lance armstrong spent years trying to outrun allegations that he used performance enhancing substances to fuel his successful cycling career, that race is now over. >> was it a big deal to you? did it feel wrong? >> at the time? >> um-hum. >> no. >> it did not even feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? >> no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. the scariest. >> reporter: after decades of denials, the seven tour de france winner came clean in part one of the wide ra
. >> george howell is live in austin. you've covered lance armstrong from the early days in his cycling career. how are people reacting there in his hometown? >> reporter: it is a mixed bag. i was a reporter here in austin long before this bike shop existed that armstrong co-owns here in austin. i even grew up here. is this my hometown, too. and i remember watching lance armstrong come along, watching him win big once, twice, three times and so on. he not only inspired people as an athlete, but also a cancer survivor. he became a real symbol for the city of austin, real source of pride. but now you can't help but feel let down. and that's what you hear on the streets of austin. take a listen. >> i actually was not surprised. i had lost a lot of respect for him a years ago because i had a feeling that there was some truth to the rumors. >> reporter: some people are disappointed certainly but haven't lost sight of the good things that he's done in his career, cancer charities like livestrong, people saying there will shouldn't be a cloud over those things given what's happening now. >> we've hea
the tour de france without doping, seven times in a row? >> not in my opinion. >> george howell's in austin, texas, for us this morning a city where armstrong calls home, it's where the interview took place. what's been the reaction there in the wake of this interview? >> reporter: soledad, you talk to people, all they can say is, wow, people are shocked to hear it finally coming in his own words. this is something that many people in this community thought in the back of their minds after years of watching him win, after years of watching him viciously attack people who accused him of doping calling them liars, we learned in lance armstrong's own words that he was, in fact, living as he describes it one big lie. lance armstrong spent years trying to outrun allegations that he used performance enhancing substances to fuel his successful cycling career. that race is now over. >> was it a big deal to you? did it feel wrong? >> at the time -- >> uh-huh. >> -- no. >> it did not even feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? >> no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you
the driver. cnn's george howell is in midland city, alabama. george, it's now into its third day, as wolf said, which is amazing. so what is the latest? >> reporter: well, kate, you know, we were expecting a news conference tonight, an update from investigators, but that update has been canceled. in fact, all of the updates today were canceled. so it leads us back to the last time that we got information from investigators, last night, and what they said was that they believe that the young boy, the 5-year-old, is physically unharmed. and that is the good news that we've been holding on to ever since. but, still, he is being held against his will inside this bunker. now, one person who has actually seen this bunker is a neighbor that i spoke to just the other day, the same person who says that he fired a pistol at him and his family. and he took some time today to explain to me this place where dikes is hiding out. jimmy davis jr. and his family have been neighbors to jimmy dikes since he moved to this area and bought property here more than a year and a half ago. and davis says he's seen
saved the lives of 21 children on his bus. george howell is live in midland city this morning. george, this really is a terrifying story. >> reporter: john, you know, everybody out here, everybody is worried about this 6-year-old boy. this is the third day that he's been in that bunker, so any time the police, these investigators speak about it, they give us updates, everybody out here listens. the latest update is they don't believe that that young boy has been harmed in any way. that is the best news that we've heard so far as this continues to drag on. they were able to give the boy a coloring book and crayons. these are two things that he specifically asked for. but more importantly, john, they were able to get him the medications that he needs. he needs daily medications. i learned from a source that he suffers from asperger syndrome and adhd. so very important he got those medications. he's been in touch with the family. every hour that passes, these are desperate times for them. >> george, there are so many tales and stories flying around everywhere about the suspected gunman.
in this attitude. >> let me go to george howell. you've been following this part of the story and so a protest is planned in newtown at a walmart tomorrow. >> right. >> what do organizers expect out of that? >> well, brooke, you know, first of all, you hear these mothers from the sandy hook promise, you can tell there is a great deal of sadness around this issue. but you also find frustration. people are fed up. they're tired of waiting on legislators, tired of waiting on the president. they want to take action. they want to put pressure on retailers like walmart so you find this group, some of us.org created a petition, garnered some 250,000 signatures and tomorrow they plan to protest, brooke, in front of a walmart there in newtown, to hand that -- those signatures over and to make the point, they say that, you know, people shouldn't go to a store where you can buy diapers, where you can buy baby food and also be able to buy semi-automatic rifles. >> so, we know, on gun issues, going through congress, we know the vice president now has given his proposals to the president. should be getting
the olympics. cnn's george howell is in armstrong's hometown of austin, texas. good morning, >> reporter: carol, good morning, my hometown as well and i actually worked here in austin some 12 years ago. i covered a big citywide celebration with lance armstrong. it was 2001, just after he won the tour de france three times, brought so many people together, some 15,000 people together if i remember correctly. it was a great celebration. here you had an athlete who, you know, not only inspired the world but he was also a cancer survivor and people took note of that. but now when you think about lance, you can't help but be disappointed and when you talk to people here in austin, you can tell that they are looking at him differently. >> well, he's an icon here, you know, people looked up to him, they admired him, but now they're going to kind of look at him maybe in a little negative light now, like, do we really want lance armstrong to be the icon of austin, texas? you know, a lot of people have that question in their mind now, you know, i don't know if i want this guy to be the face of austin any
was real, you know, the feelings, the pain, the sorrow, that was all real. >> cnn's george howell is here with more of what te'o is expected to say later today. >> this is interesting, isn't it? >> it is. it's like a train wreck and you can't stop watching it. >> so many twists and turns, so many different characters. so here's what we've got. it's confusing but here's what we've got, a relationship between two people online who basically never met. te'o insists he had every reason to believe that his girlfriend was real but in september, he got some information, led to believe his girlfriend died of cancer. carol, fast forward to december, this is just before the heisman trophy ceremony, two days before that he got a call from someone, claiming to be the girlfriend, maybe i don't know if it was a woman, maybe a man, speaking in a woman's voice, who knows, but basically saying that she was alive, but at the same time when te'o faced the press that day, he said that his girlfriend was dead, and katie couric asked him about that. take a listen. >> you stuck to the script. >> um-hum. >> and
-- you made it clear what you want. take care. >> cnn's george howell has been following the story and those voice mail messages might have actually been left by a guy. this is creepy. >> it's got a lot of people scratching their heads, yeah? >> yeah, more than once. >> you have to look at it like this, all of the different elements, the pictures, the online identity, there's the voice that we heard, everything that it took to create this fake girlfriend that te'o said he really believed to be real, even after, carol, she died, died of cancer and then came back to life. so you know, he says that he didn't realize that he'd been duped until he got a call from a person that he met very briefly, a rainia tuiasosopo, who admittd to the hoax. he has not admitted connection but listen to this again, there was one exchange after hearing one of these voice mails that katie couric, a point she made. let's listen. >> but i just wanted to say i love you and good night, and i'll be okay tonight. i'll do my best. yeah, so get your rest and i'll talk to you tomorrow. i love you so much, hun. swe
over the next two nights. george howell joins from us armstrong's home of austin, texas, good morning. >> reporter: carol, good morning. the loss of this medal is a big deal, it means the international olympic committee, they've looked over the information and as they see it, they decided to take action, but really, carol, this is just the tip of the iceberg, when you think about the implications first of all this has on cycling, the international olympic committee according to one member may consider taking cycling out of the summer games once or twice, that's a big deal for cyclists who would like to be part of the olympics, not to mention for lance armstrong there will be lawsuits, depending on what he says, how he says it, there will be groups, sponsors that could decide to file suit against lance armstrong, could mean he loses a lot of money. think about this, he already may be in talks according to reports with the u.s. postal service about how much money he will pay back of that $30 million some that they sponsored him for. there is a loss of money there and he's also lost spon
the two of them are under ground in a makeshift bunker. george howell is in midland city, alabama now. we have been following the story for the last two days now. do they have a sense of how this little boy is? are they able to monitor him and this man who has taken him hostage? >> reporter: we were supposed to get a 1:00 p.m. update from investigators. that didn't happen which gives us every indication that it is the same information we got early on. investigators have made contact with jim any dykes. the investigation continues. they believe the young 5-year-old boy has not been physically harmed, is physically unharmed at this point. they were also able to get him medications. he suffers from as berger syndrome and adhd. they were able to get him crayons and coloring books, two thing that is the child specifically asked for. investigators are tight-lipped. but as we get the updates, the best news we have gotten is at this point the child is still physically unharmed. >> what do we know about the man holding him? >> when you talk to neighbors, and i spoke to several neighbors just right
. the better part of the last three days outside of the bunker. so is george howell. we know that this little boy is 5 going on 6 pretty shortly. he has adhd and asperger's syndrome. any word how he is doing? >> we are all hanging on the last word we got from investigators. we are supposed to get a 1:00 update. we are led to believe what we were told. this boy is physically unharmed. the 5-year-old still in the bunker and physically unharmed. that is good news as we continue to go through this thing. investigators say their negotiations are ongoing and when it comes to the medications, the investigator said they were able to get the medication to the young boy. they were able to get crayons and a coloring book to him. two things he specifically asked for. it is at least a sign that they are still talking to mr. dikes and have a line of communication. >> what are about this mr. dikes? what more do we know about him and this bunker he apparently had been digging for quite sometime? >> i spoke with a neighbor who said in december he fired a pistol at him and his family. this neighbor had been on
kid. that's for sure. george howell, thank you so much, george. what a wild story, wolf. >>> of course, athletes aren't the only ones at risk of being scammed. if you're looking for love online, you may, repeat, may be vulnerable. cnn's deborah feyerick has that part of the story. deb, explain what's going on hear. >> you know, wolf, a lot of people out there have their hearts broken when they realize they're having a relationship with phantom, a fraud, a phony, someone who never really existed in the first place. as crazy as it sounds, what apparently happened to notre dame football player manti te'o happens every day. >> doctors, lawyers, law enforcement. i mean, people who are really smart. >> reporter: private investigator dawn ricci says she's spoken to hundreds of men and women who get conned after falling deeply in love online. what is it they're hoping for? >> everyone just wants to feel needed and loved and find that romance, the wonder, the excitement of it all. the scammer just knows how to pull them into it. >> reporter: it's called catfishing, a term popularized by the 201
straight there to george howell on the scene for us. george, i understand you just have spoken here with what -- a neighbor of this suspect, what did he tell you about this man, dikes? >> this is interesting. this particular neighbor tells me that he had a run-in with dikes just a month ago. he says that he was basically driving on this dirt road, this private road that goes in front of dikes' property. he went across the road, but what he did, his pickup truck got stuck. when it got stuck, he hit the gas, he put ruts in that dirt berm and -- according to jimmy davis. jimmy davis says, you know, all of a sudden he found himself confronted with an armed man. take a listen to what happened. >> mr. dikes flagged me down and he stopped me and just wanting to cuss and using harsh words at me. i told him numerous times to calm down because my daughter was in the back seat. she then started screaming. and i told him, i said, man, you need to calm down. and i kind of exchanged a few words with him. nothing too harsh. and mr. dikes ran to his vehicle, maybe 20 foot from me, and i turned arou
with the hostage taker. let's get the latest from our george howell, who is in midland city, alabama, this evening. george, what's the latest? >> reporter: kate, you know, just a few minutes ago, we heard from authorities here, they held a press conference and number one, they said that they still believe that this young boy, this 6-year-old boy, is unharmed, he is okay. they also believe that, you know, they were able to get medication to this young boy. not sure how they were able to do that, but that's very important. it's a child who needs medication, daily medication, suffers from asberger's syndrome and adhd, so that's very important. and third, they said that they were able to get him his coloring book and crayons. so everybody here is just keeping a very close eye on what happens here. again, kate, as you mentioned, the person, jimmy dikes, apparently, according to investigators, shot and killed the school bus driver and got on the bus, demanded two kids, but was able to grab one, make away with that young boy, and has been held up in an underground bunker here. this is going on day two an
did you see her in person. >> george howell joins us now. he's been following this story, the ins and outs from the beginning. big question everyone is asking, george. did it help or hurt? >> john, look. you know, mixed reactions, there are some people who are sympathetic for what they heard the other night. others, not so much. but te'o all along, he insists that he really believed that his girlfriend was real. then when he realized he was duped, he admitted he doesn't know what to say about that. notre dame star linebacker manti te'o denied any involvement in the online hoax of a girlfriend never met, a woman we know now never existed. >> either you are the most naive person on the planet or this is the saddest story ever written. it goes on and on and on, this web of lies. >> i thought how could this all happen to one person? i had my doubts. >> te'o got a phone call in september, telling him his girlfriend dies of cancer. then in december, before the heisman trophy ceremony, another phone call saying she was alive. but te'o didn't change his story. >> at the heisman trophy cer
their lifetime ban. george howell live in austin, texas. that's lance armstrong's hometown. how has what he has said and we'll see tomorrow, how is that playing in his hometown? >> soledad, good morning. fair to say it is a very different feeling than it was some 12 years ago when i was ai reporter here in austin, covering lance armstrong. i also grew up here, soledad. so my hometown, i remember watching lance armstrong come along. here is a guy who not only irspired people around the world as an athlete, but inspired people as a cancer survivor. for the city of austin, texas. a source of pride. now you can't help but feel as you say here in texas, taken for a ride. a little disappointed about what we will hear on thursday. that's what you find on the the streets of austin, texas, when you talk to people. however, people have not lost sight of the good things he's done throughout his career. take a listen. >> it's sad. i mean, he's -- he's our austin boy and we're -- again, i'm saddened about it. i don't like it. you know, people make mistakes. he made some mistakes. but as far as like tarnishi
that he used a variety of performance enhancing drugs to when those titles. george howell has more on armstrong's confession. it >> we have lost audio when with howell. but we learned that he stated that he was sorry that he did what he did. >> it is nine 05 a.m.. it we will be right back.nine 0a.m.9:e right back. ♪ ♪ conquer dinner. one cut of meat at a time. the everyday collection. by target. >> welcome back. new this morning, the white house as the vice-president joe biden will visit three european countries next month. this is the vice president's first foreign trip during the obama administration's second term. mr. biden will make stops in the united kingdom, germany and france. he is expected to meet with leaders of each country. he will also speak at a the munich security conference in germany. the vice president's trip to europe continues to struggle with a debt crisis that the obama administration fears could affect positive economic trends here in the united states. >> goal is setting up new headquarters in the u.k. that is when all is said and done, could be worth n
, tells katie couric he has some regrets, but he was telling the truth. here is cnn's george howell. >> reporter: manti te'o involved any involvement in the hoax about the online girlfriend he never met, a woman we now know never existed. >> either you're the most naive person on the planet, or this is the saddest story i think ever written. it goes on and on and on. >> yeah. i thought that. >> this web of lies. >> and i thought this is -- how could all this happen to one person? and i had my -- i had my doubts. >> te'o says he got a phone call in september, telling him his girlfriend died of cancer. then in december, before the heisman trophy ceremony, another phone call saying she was alive. but te'o didn't change his story. >> at the heisman trophy ceremony, you were interviewed and repeated the story that your girlfriend had, in fact, died of cancer. that's a lie. why would you say that? >> at the time i didn't know. let's be honest with you. i did not know. >> reporter: couric asked for proof of an intimate relationship. and te'o provided phone records, even voice mail. >> i lo
care of the kids, carol. >> george howell reporting live from midland city, alabama, thanks so much. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> and we are following breaking news out of texas. this is outside of dallas in coffman county. a county employee shot outside the courthouse in a parking lot by two unknown suspects. it happened minutes ago. the victim being taken to the hospital. the gunman still on the loose. the courthouse under lockdown. when we get more information, of course, we'll pass it along. >>> the nation's largest retailer is putting a temporary cap on ammunition sales. walmart says customers can only buy three boxes of ammo a day. ammunition has been in short supply in recent weeks, and it's not known how long walmart will limit the sell of ammo. >>> traffic resuming on the mississippi river near vicksburg involving two accidents after an oil spill. the coast guard allowing southbound ships to pass through the area. crews cleaning up oil from that leaki leaking barge. >>> "the new york times" was the subject of a cyberattack. investigation is going ton with th
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